Filip Peraić Journal
Work process and experiments of Filip Peraić.
Filip Peraić Journal
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Portrait of Michael Bloomberg who built his fortune on Bloomberg L.P, a financial data software.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Michael Bloomberg who built his fortune on Bloomberg L.P, a financial data software.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
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Portrait of Sheldon Adelson, King of Las Vegas. Adelson made an enormous wealth through Las Vegas casinos. 
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Sheldon Adelson, King of Las Vegas. Adelson made an enormous wealth through Las Vegas casinos. 
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
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Portrait of Mark Zuckerberg made out of Facebook interface.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
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Portrait of Jeff Bezos, creator of Amazon.com.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Jeff Bezos, creator of Amazon.com.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
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Portrait of Forrest Mars, owner of m&m’s, created from his own m&m’s.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Forrest Mars, owner of m&m’s, created from his own m&m’s.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Forrest Mars, owner of m&m’s, created from his own m&m’s.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Forrest Mars, owner of m&m’s, created from his own m&m’s.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Forrest Mars, owner of m&m’s, created from his own m&m’s.
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Client: Forbes Magazine (Forbes 400 list)
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
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Portrait of Warren Buffett made from $.
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Client: Forbes Magazine
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Warren Buffett made from $.
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Client: Forbes Magazine
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Warren Buffett made from $.
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Client: Forbes Magazine
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Warren Buffett made from $.
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Client: Forbes Magazine
See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
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Portrait of Bill Gates, made from old computer parts.
I’m proud to announce my new project, series of illustrations for the new edition of Forbes 400 list, printed in almost one million copies. Each illustration is created of elements billionaires used to build their wealth.
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See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
Portrait of Bill Gates, made from old computer parts.
I’m proud to announce my new project, series of illustrations for the new edition of Forbes 400 list, printed in almost one million copies. Each illustration is created of elements billionaires used to build their wealth.
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See full gallery on my website: www.peraic.com/Forbes-400
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James Harden portrait #14, which I created out of real hair for my James Harden Illustrated project, created a lot of buzz online. It was even featured on huge Yahoo, among others. Check the story here: Well, here is a picture of James Harden made out of real hair.

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jameshardenillustrated.com/store
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Handmade portrait of Francisco Carregal — a black worker on the textile line in Bangu, who played the game so well that the factory bosses invited him onto their team in 1905. The first black to play professional soccer in Brazil, Carregal paved the way for Brazil’s poor to dominate the game over the next decades. 
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A Seleção for Good (see full project)
I created series of portraits for Good Inc. They commissioned illustrations of legendary Brazilian soccer players who made a difference in society. Concepts of portraits are based on humanitarian activities of each Brazilian soccer player.
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Created by Filip Peraić
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Portrait of Felix — a goalkeeper in Brazil’s greatest football team (World Cup 1970). He created and ran a football school for marginalized children, and lobbied for better government services for kids. Portrait is made out of legos, old toys and old gloves. 
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A Seleção for Good (see full project)
I created series of portraits for Good Inc. They commissioned illustrations of legendary Brazilian soccer players who made a difference in society. Concepts of portraits are based on humanitarian activities of each Brazilian soccer player.
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Created by Filip Peraić
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Portrait of Tostão, a brazilian soccer player who became a medical doctor. 
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A Seleção for Good
I created series of portraits for Good Inc. They commissioned illustrations of legendary Brazilian soccer players who made a difference in society. Concepts of portraits are based on humanitarian activities of each brazilian soccer player.
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Created by Filip Peraić
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A Seleção for Good
In the next couple of days I’ll post portraits I did for Good Inc. They commissioned illustrations of legendary Brazilian soccer players who made a difference in society. Concepts of portraits are based on stories about humanitarian activities of each brazilian soccer player.
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This is portrait of legendary Afonsinho. It’s made out of real hair. This is why: "Afonsinho’s wild, flowing beard was dubbed a sign of dangerous nonconformity by authorities—there were even attempts to censor photos of him so that people wouldn’t see his hair and be inspired to rebel."
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Created by Filip Peraić
A Seleção for Good
In the next couple of days I’ll post portraits I did for Good Inc. They commissioned illustrations of legendary Brazilian soccer players who made a difference in society. Concepts of portraits are based on stories about humanitarian activities of each brazilian soccer player.
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This is portrait of legendary Afonsinho. It’s made out of real hair. This is why: "Afonsinho’s wild, flowing beard was dubbed a sign of dangerous nonconformity by authorities—there were even attempts to censor photos of him so that people wouldn’t see his hair and be inspired to rebel."
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Created by Filip Peraić